The JBL Connect Plus (Connect+) app manages connections to compatible JBL Bluetooth speakers. In this piece, we’ve included the screenshots we took of the iOS version of this app, while conducting various tests of our JBL portable speakers. This is our JBL Connect Plus screenshots picture gallery for the iOS version of this app.
JBL Connect Plus App Screenshot Picture Gallery, iOS Version of the App
How the JBL Connect Plus app appears on our iOS iPad Air tablet home screen.
Various screenshots of the JBL Connect Plus app, managing a JBL Flip 4 waterproof Bluetooth speaker.
JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth Speaker Screenshots
Here’s the app home screen when it discovers the JBL Flip 4 speaker.
Renaming the JBL Flip 4 Speaker Bluetooth Name
Editing the Flip 4 Speaker Name Field
Typing In a New Bluetooth Name
Showing the Renamed JBL Flip 4 Speaker Home Screen
JBL Charge 3 Power Bank Bluetooth Speaker Screenshots
Applying Firmware Updates to the JBL Charge 3 Speaker
Firmware Update Notification Screenshot
Next, we have the home screen in the app, just after connecting it with a JBL Charge 3 speaker and power bank. Note the orange encircled exclamation point in the top right corner of the speaker image in the next picture. This means that there is at least one pending notification to view about the speaker.
Barrage of Important Notices
Next. we show the first notification. It’s telling us that a new version of the speaker firmware is available for the Charge 3.
Then, there’s another important notice.
Firmware Update Confirmation Screen
Next, we have the firmware update confirmation screen, shown next.
Update Firmware Progress Screens
As the firmware image file transfers from the mobile device to the speaker, we see a pie chart progression indicator screen. The next several screenshots show the progression of the update process.
Forty percent complete.
Almost sixty six percent finished.
Firmware file transfer to the speaker has finished.
Firmware Update Complete Screen
A short time, the new firmware installation on the JBL Charge 3 is done.
Finally, the Connect Plus app takes us back to its Home screen for the JBL Charge 3. Note here though, that orange exclamation point has disappeared, indicating that the firmware version currently installed on the JBL Charge 3 is indeed the most recently issued one.
Changing Bluetooth Name of a JBL Speaker Using the Connect+ App
How to Update the JBL Charge 3 Speaker Bluetooth Speaker Name
Tapping the pencil icon activates the speaker name edit box.
The cursor then moves into that edit box.
Use common virtual keyboard editing techniques to change the JBL Charge 3 speaker name to whatever you wish.
Firstly, blank out the old one by backspacing over it.
Then, type in the new Bluetooth name and then tap the Done key.
After that, the system takes you back to the speaker’s home screen, showing the updated Bluetooth name.
After altering the Bluetooth name, the Connect app instructs you to pair again to the speaker, using its new name, after renaming it.
Related Posts to JBL Connect Plus Screenshots
- JBL Charge 3 Change Name, How to Rename JBL Bluetooth Speaker
- Updating Firmware on JBL Charge 3 Bluetooth Speaker, How To, Via JBL Connect Plus App
- JBL Charge 3 Waterproof Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Picture Gallery
- Clip 3 JBL Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Picture Gallery
- Charge 3 Firmware Update, How To, Tips, Help
References for JBL Connect Plus Screenshots
- JBL Charge 3 Power Bank Speaker Official Product Page, on JBL.com
- JBL Flip 4 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker Official Product Page, on JBL.com
- 2018-07-27: First published.